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Argh - frustration level high

From: Brian Fallik <fallik_at_assurtech.com>
Date: 2004-04-13 21:21:39 CEST

I'm trying to complete - what I believe should be - a very simple task. I
simply want to merge two branches into a third. I can test this using
the --dry-run parameter to svn merge, but it seems that whenever I try to do
the real deal, I get the following error.

subversion/libsvn_wc/adm_files.c:939: (apr_err=155000)
svn: URL
/source/release' doesn't match existing URL
'svn://server/repo/blah/branches/linux/old_main/modem/source/release' in

I "resolved" the bug initially by deleting the problem directory in the
working copy and the merge made it past the original failure point. I quote
the word resolved because that doesnt' resolve anything, it just helps the
svn client get a little farther before it fails.

What does this error message mean? Any help would be welcome. This is svn
1.0.1 on ydl 2.3.


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